Chancellor George Osborne careened ahead with disastrous economic policies as he launched a vicious new attack on public-sector workers.
World leaders must pivot and focus the international economy - and its recovery - on getting workers into jobs, union leaders will tell international leaders meeting in Cannes, France.
The mineworkers, belonging to the Confederation of All-Indonesian Workers Labor Union launched a weeklong strike in July. The union extended the strike set for a month to mid November.
Workers in Mexico are facing repression from the Mexican government and corporations, and more and more working people in Mexico are being driven into poverty.
The Mexican government under President Felipe Calderon, of the right wing National Action Party, has launched a new attack on the militant Mexican Electrical Workers Union.
These attitudes were reproduced so grotesquely by the needy inadequates on TV shows such as The Apprentice.
Verizon Communications, which raked in $19.5 billion in profits, is demanding drastic givebacks from its 45,000 unionized workers on the East Coast.
Jakarta stopped workers from traveling to Saudi Arabia after the beheading there of a 54-year-old Indonesian migrant worker June 17.
The new rules, which must be ratified by at least two countries to come into effect, calls for national governments to ensure that discrimination is ended and that child and forced labor be abolished outright.
The company cited $100 million in losses the strike has caused and the union's refusal to cooperate in dealing with declining mail volumes.